Lagos

July 24, 2018

UI alumnus becomes first Nigerian to win McKitterick Prize

A University of Ibadan alumnus, Anietie Isong, has become the first Nigerian to win the McKitterick Prize. Anietie emerged winner of the 2018 McKitterick Prize with […]
July 10, 2018
Waris Olamilekan

Meet Waris Kareem Olamilekan, Nigeria’s youngest artist

“Artistic talent is a gift from God and whoever discovers it in himself has a certain obligation: to know that he cannot waster his talent, but […]
April 12, 2018

Nigeria’s Seni Sulyman appointed Andela’s VP global operations

By: Onifade Bello A.   Thirty-two-year-old Seni Sulyman has been appointed Andela’s Vice-President of Global Operations. Sulyman who joined the company as Director of Operations in […]
April 1, 2018
Newsquake

Newsquake: the MLK controversy, Buhari’s infamous visit to Lagos, PDP’s apology and others

You are welcome to your favourite weekend dish. This week, as always, we break down some of the ground-breaking news this past week: Award or Plaque: […]
November 11, 2017

Lagos Ranks World’s Second Cheapest City

By: Onifade Bello Nigeria’s foremost commercial hub, Lagos, has been ranked world’s second cheapest city for expatriate to live. This is contained in a report by […]
August 30, 2017

45 Minutes of Madness By Habib Oladapo

I was moving real fast. Lost in thought about my predicament. The rain had just stopped but I didn’t mind. I needed to make it to […]